Google Home is relatively easy to use, but every now and then you'll encounter a frustrating error that thwarts your attempts to interact with your smart home. One such issue is the dreaded "Auth check failed on device" error, which prevents you from adding a shared Google Assistant device. It's a frustrating problem, but one that can be easily solved. Here's a quick look at how to fix the "Auth check failed on device" error for Google Home.
The 'Auth check failed' error appears when you are not a member of the network you are trying to connect to. That means you'll need to ask a Google Home network member to add you to the group. Fortunately, the process of sending an invitation, accepting the invitation, and adding your gadget to the smart home network takes no more than a few minutes.
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